LONDON, Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Britain's Buckingham Palace revealed unusual gifts presented to the royal family in 2013 include a chocolate model of Windsor Castle and a garden gnome.
The official lists revealed the royal gifts presented to Queen Elizabeth last year included the candy castle from the Mars chocolate company, a London transport Oyster card to mark the 150th anniversary of the London Underground and a clock decorated with a silver horse and golden palm trees from the king of Bahrain, the Mirror reported Wednesday.
Among the gifts the queen's husband, Prince Philip, received were a bottle of beer from the Cutty Sark Trust and a wooden box from the South Korean government.
Princess Anne, the queen's daughter, got the garden gnome, as well as a wheel of Stilton cheese and a painting of herself riding a moose.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla's gifts included perfume, olive oil and a ceramic figurine of Charles with British cartoon character Postman Pat from Jordanian filmmakers Rubicon.
Prince Harry's gift haul for the year included a leather flying jacket from U.S. first lady Michelle Obama as well as various T-shirts and baseball caps.